Hearing Impaired

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Hearing Impaired


SIGN SONGS

Fun Songs to Sign and Sing

NATIONAL THEATRE OF THE DEAF

A video that is designed for both children and parents alike, offering a fun way to learn to sign and communicate with those who are hearing impaired. Video 29 minutes/Color

AY100HI S19.98

KID-FRIENDLY PARENTING WITH DEAF AND HARD OR HEARING CHILDREN

A Treasury of Fun Activities Toward Better Behavior

DARIA MEDWID AND DENISE CHAPMAN WESTON

A step-by-step guide offering hundreds of ideas and methods designed to work with children ages 3 to 12 to enhance communication and strengthen relationships in skillful, fun ways.

GU101DF $24.95

RAISING AND EDUCATING A DEAF CHILD

MARC MARSCHARK

A comprehensive guide to the choices, controversies, and decisions faced by parents and educators. Although written by a researcher, the language and explanations of complex issues are clear and easy to understand.

0U1101DF $26.00

THE SILENT GARDEN

Raising your Deaf Child Second Edition

PAUL W. OGDEN

An up to date reference comprising all the bits and pieces of advice, encouragement and hard data that parents might need in order to make decisions that will enable their children to grow into strong, healthy and productive members of society

GU103DF $29.95

LEGAL RIGHTS

The Guide For Deaf And Hard Of Hearing People

NATIONAL CENTER FOR LAW AND DEAFNESS

This fourth edition contains complete information on the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Television Decoder Circuitry Act, and full updates on all other laws and legislation that affect deaf and hard of hearing people. Excellent guide for compliance.

GU11HI $19.95

DEAF DISABLED OR DEAFNESS DISABLED?

MAIRIAN CORKER

Using a multidisciplinary, postmodernist approach in the search for an inclusive framework for understanding deafness and disability the text exposes the essentialism inherent in existing social, political and service frameworks which confuses issues of needs and rights and contribute to the creation and reinforcement of the power imbalances at the heart of disability oppression.

TF220HI $25.95

SIGN AND ABC's

A New Way To Play

NATIONAL THEATRE OF THE DEAF

A fun video that teaches adults and children how to sign the alphabet, and offers an introduction to spelling. Color/50 minutes

AY200HI VIDEO $14.98

HELEN KELLER PUBLIC SPEAKER

Sightless But Seen, Deaf But Heard

LOIS J. EINHORN

Helen Keller was an uplifting orator who spoke from a unique vantage point for the cause of social improvement.

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